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We have long-standing partnerships in North Asia, which allow us to connect with researchers and increase the impact of our work. This includes work in China, Japan and Korea.
Our collaboration with North Asian partners goes back many decades, and collaboration has increased dramatically with the strong economic growth of this region.
Our partnership with the Chinese Academy of Sciences has resulted in a program of jointly funded research projects and staff exchanges. In addition, we host a large number of students each year through the China Scholarship Council. We also benefit from funding provided by the joint Australian China Science and Research Fund.
A number of CSIRO-Japan activities are funded with the assistance of fellowships and grants provided jointly by the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science and The Japan Foundation.
Our relationships with Korea are mostly in their early stages, but there is great potential for increased collaboration with Korean industry, research organisations and universities.
We have been working with China for 40 years. Our longest-standing partner in that time has been the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), who first visited CSIRO in 1975. Together, we have created great benefits for both our countries through research collaborations, staff exchanges and new innovations. To mark our anniversary, we built an interactive timeline to showcase the milestones in our 40 years of partnership.
Our North Asian collaborators include:
CSIRO also partners with many universities, including:
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Last updated: Last updated: 1 December 2015
Printed from: Collaboration with North Asia (http://csiroaucd2-cdc.it.csiro.au/en/About/International/North-Asia)